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Akali-BJP alliance is non-bargaining and permanent : Badal

CM pays glorious tributes to Baba Sheikh Farid

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Faridkot, September 21: It is not right to compare the Akali-BJP alliance with any other alliance as it’s alliance is of permanent partnership. These views were expressed by Parkash Singh Badal, Chief Minister, Punjab on the eve of Baba Sheikh Farid celebrations.

Speaking to the media persons, Parkash Singh Badal said, the SAD-BJP alliance is like nail and skin and cannot be seen by separating them from each other.
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Faridkot, September 21: It is not right to compare the Akali-BJP alliance with any other alliance as it’s alliance is of permanent partnership. These views were expressed by Parkash Singh Badal, Chief Minister, Punjab on the eve of Baba Sheikh Farid celebrations.

Speaking to the media persons, Parkash Singh Badal said, the SAD-BJP alliance is like nail and skin and cannot be seen by separating them from each other.
He said, in the democratic history, the alliance of both these parties is peculiar which has come out from every political challenge from long time and it is irrelevant to pin-point of any type on SAD-BJP alliance.

Badal said, the alliance of BJP and Shiv Sena in Maharashtra is a personal matter of both the parties and it is not good to see the SAD-BJP alliance in that context.

He said, there is no bargaining in SAD-BJP alliance and it is a permanent relation. In the past, the alliance government has taken the Punjab state to new heights of development besides gaining success in maintaining peace and communal harmony in the state. Today, Punjab is the most peaceful state in the country which is also developing fast, he added.

Earlier, Parkash Singh Badal paying obeisance at Baba Sheikh Farid Tilla said, the teachings given decades back, by Baba Sheikh Farid are relevant today and the same have become even now a lighthouse for the society.

Badal invited to the people should make Punjab the world’s best state by following the path of communal harmony by our saints and spiritual guides. He visits this place every year to pay respect and his visit of today is also in the same context.
On this occasion, Inderjit Singh Khalsa, Chief Sewadar presented Siropa to Parkash Singh Badal, Chief Minister.

Among those present were Deep Malhotra, MLA, Bibi Paramjit Kaur Gulshan former Lok Sabha Member, Mohamad Tayab, DC, Sukhdev Singh Kahlon, SSP, Parmbans Singh Banti Romana, Kultar Singh Brar, Chairman, Zila Parishad, Inderjit Singh Khalsa, Chief Sewadar Baba Faridkot Education and Religious Institutions, Mahipinder Singh Sekhon and others.
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SAD-BJP alliance always stood the test of time

Comparison of SAD-BJP with other alliance in country is wrong: Badal

Punjab has scaled new heights during SAD-BJP alliance government

Pays floral tribute to Sheikh Baba Farid

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Fardikot, September 21: Terming that the SAD- BJP alliance has always stood the test of time, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that it was wrong to compare this alliance with any other one in the country.
Interacting with the media persons after paying obeisance at Tilla Baba Sheikh Farid here today, the Chief Minister said that the SAD-BJP alliance was everlasting and both the parties should not be ....
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Fardikot, September 21: Terming that the SAD- BJP alliance has always stood the test of time, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today said that it was wrong to compare this alliance with any other one in the country.
Interacting with the media persons after paying obeisance at Tilla Baba Sheikh Farid here today, the Chief Minister said that the SAD-BJP alliance was everlasting and both the parties should not be seen as different from each other. He said that the tried and tested alliance between both the parties was a unique phenomenon of the Indian democratic system, which has passed every litmus test in last few decades. Mr. Badal said that it was sheer wastage of time to raise any sort of suspicion regarding the relationship between both the alliance partners as it was very strong and impeccable.
The Chief Minister further said that the alliance between BJP and Shiv Sena in Maharashtra was the personal matter of both these parties and it should not be linked with that of the SAD-BJP in the state. He said that the relations between the SAD and BJP were very cordial because they have been time and again cemented with mutual affection and understanding. Mr. Badal said that the SAD-BJP alliance government in the state has not only put Punjab on high growth trajectory but due to the stupendous efforts of the state government it was the most peaceful state of the country.
Earlier, the Chief Minister, while paying floral tributes to Shiekh Baba Farid, said that the life and philosophy of Baba Farid was very much relevant in today’s materialistic society. He said that the teachings of Baba Farid were a source of inspiration for the coming generations to serve the humanity with utmost zeal and dedication. Exhorting the people to follow the footsteps of Baba Farid, Mr. Badal said that it would help us in making Punjab the number one state in the region.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by MLA Mr. Deep Malhotra, former MP Mrs. Paramjeet Kaur Gulshan, Akali leaders Mr. Parambhans Singh Bunty Romana, Mr. Kultar Singh Brar and Deputy Commissioner Mr. Mohammed Tayyab.
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Badal reiterates Govt.'s commitment for timely completion of Rs. 185 Crore, Monument-cum-temple at Sri Bhagwan Valmeki Ashram (Ram Tirath)

Delegation of ‘Safai Mazdoor Union’ of Punjab & ‘City Valmeki Sabha Jalandhar’ calls on Badal

Expresses gratitude to Valmeki community for their support and cooperation

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Chandigarh, September 21: A joint delegation of ‘Safai Mazdoor Union’ of Punjab and ‘City Valmeki Sabha Jalandhar’ led by President Mr. Chandan Grewal and Mr. Nerash called on Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal regarding the development of Sri Bhagwan Valmeki Ashram (Ram Tirath).
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Chandigarh, September 21: A joint delegation of ‘Safai Mazdoor Union’ of Punjab and ‘City Valmeki Sabha Jalandhar’ led by President Mr. Chandan Grewal and Mr. Nerash called on Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal regarding the development of Sri Bhagwan Valmeki Ashram (Ram Tirath).
Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s office said that Mr. Badal assured the delegation that the state government had fully geared up its entire machinery for establishing this Rs. 185 crore, Monument-cum-temple at Sri Bhagwan Valmeki Ashram (Ram Tirath) successfully in a time bound manner.
He further added that this prestigious project was reflective of the state government’s commitment to further strengthen the communal harmony and unity in the state and he was personally monitoring the entire project meticulously. The Chief Minister said that the upcoming temple at Sri Valmeki Ashram would prove to be a milestone in further cementing the bonds of communal harmony, brotherhood and peace thereby strengthening the secular fabric of the society.
The Chief Minister also felicitated the Valmeki Community for their support and cooperation in resolving various related issues amicably and assured that local administration would sort out rest of the issues pertaining to the Ashram. He also appealed to resolve all issues amicably for further strengthening love and communal harmony amongst different communities and sects in the state.
Underlying objective of the memorials, Mr. Badal said that to keep our future generations abreast with our rich historic and cultural heritage, only the memorials and monuments of these kinds could play a pro-active role otherwise it would be faded out with the passage of time.
Mr. Badal said that his government has already planned to showcase the rich legacy and glory of our past through erecting monuments like Jang-e-Azaadi at Kartarpur near Jalandhar, War Memorial at Amritsar and to propagate the philosophy of great Saint Guru Ravidass Ji in village Khuralgarh in Hoshiarpur district, besides a state-of-the art monument in the memory of Baba Jiwan Singh fondly remembered as Bhai Jaita at Sri Anandpur Sahib.
Expressing solidarity in a touching gesture with the members of the delegation of Valmeki community, Mr. Badal said that as a humble servant ever in the service of the people of the state, he himself had always drawn inspiration from the teachings of Bhagwan Valmeki Ji and to serve the people with all humility besides disseminating the message of love, peace and harmony to ensure justice and equity in the society.
Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr. SK Sandhu and ADGP Intelligence Mr. Hardeep Singh Dhillon were also present in the meeting besides other members of the delegation including Mr. Amrit Khosla, Mr. Raj Kumar Raju, Mr. Pawan Baba, Mr. Rajesh Bhatti, Mr. Sunil Dutt Bobby, Mr. Dipak Kumar and others. ....
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Sets aside Rs. 100 Crore

Punjab to use eco-friendly Aerobic & Aenarobic technique to rejuvenate 1829 ponds

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Chandigarh September 21: The Punjab Government has identified eco-friendly Aerobic and Anaerobic Technique to rejuvenate 1829 ponds in 1333 Gram Panchayats.

Disclosing this here today Mr. Sikander Singh Maluka, Rural Development and Panchayats Minister said that a pilot project was initiated in some of the village of Ludhiana district for the cleaning of ponds by using water stabilizations technology successfully. He said that the government had approved similar techniq....
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Chandigarh September 21: The Punjab Government has identified eco-friendly Aerobic and Anaerobic Technique to rejuvenate 1829 ponds in 1333 Gram Panchayats.

Disclosing this here today Mr. Sikander Singh Maluka, Rural Development and Panchayats Minister said that a pilot project was initiated in some of the village of Ludhiana district for the cleaning of ponds by using water stabilizations technology successfully. He said that the government had approved similar technique for the cleaning of Rivers in the state. Mr. Maluka said that under this eco-friendly technique the ponds is divided in to four sections of Aerobic and Anaerobic process and after cleaning the pond, the pond water was utilized for irrigation purpose. Giving the details of the project the Minister said that under this technique it is ensured that the entire waste water of the village that comes in to the pond was treated cent-percent and to be utilized by the villagers for irrigation their crops. The excess water if left was diverted to the Chaos, Nullas through underground pipes.

The Minister said that under this prestigious programme, the state government would spend about 100 crore over the cleaning of village ponds covering the total area of 134.86 acres of land. It may be recalled here that according to a survey conducted by Rural Development & Panchayats department, there are 17255 total ponds in the state that covered approximately 24405 acres land.
Mr Maluka said under this programme all the village ponds would not only be rejuvenated but also developed as a green site through planting, trees around these ponds besides creating a pollution free environment to ensure a healthy and pleasing surroundings for the villagers, where they could also visit for their morning walk.....
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On first death anniversary of Jalandhar Scribe Jasdeep Malhotra

Jasdeep, we miss you!

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Chandigarh, September 21 (Courtesy HT ) : “Bhul gaye ji!” Jasdeep Malhotra would most probably have said in his smart-but-honest style. He would be so wrong. It’s been one year since Jasdeep passed away, but the memories are as fresh, his caustic-but-often-true comments still ring in the ears, his so-full-of-life persona is physically absent, but how can anyone forget that laughter? Or that must-be-said piercing remark which only he would h....
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Chandigarh, September 21 (Courtesy HT ) : “Bhul gaye ji!” Jasdeep Malhotra would most probably have said in his smart-but-honest style. He would be so wrong. It’s been one year since Jasdeep passed away, but the memories are as fresh, his caustic-but-often-true comments still ring in the ears, his so-full-of-life persona is physically absent, but how can anyone forget that laughter? Or that must-be-said piercing remark which only he would have the courage to utter?
His death was most unexpected, and tragic at that. His life, though, was one of immense struggle and unexpected positive turns, too, he would often say.
Here was a reporter who had his feet firmly on the ground — and that would have elicited another Jasdeep remark: ‘with what we journalists earn, where else would the feet be?’— but also was one of the few who actually went through the fineprint of government policies and programmes and looked at how these really affected people.
The fine journalist that he was aside, Jasdeep in his unassuming style was a team leader and someone who many in Hindustan Times relied on first to actually organise a party and bring everyone together and then, to make it a successful one. He brought life wherever he went. Now that he is gone, there is a tinge of sadness that will not go away. But, amidst this sorrow, we look at the brighter side — as Jasdeep would have wanted: he gave everyone a lot of joy and happiness, and much to think about. And courage to just say it. We will say it, Jasdeep — we miss you.....
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Punjab first state to go for novel experiment of involving citizen in upkeep

Punjab notifies SVP for maintenance & upkeep of Ludhiana focal point

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Chandigarh, September 21: The Punjab Government has notified the creation of Focal Point Industrial Infrastructure Development Association Phase-IV Focal Point Ludhiana as Special Purpose Vehicle for upkeep and maintenance of Focal Point.
Disclosing this here today, Mr. Madan Mohan Mittal, Industries and Commerce Minister said that Punjab was the first state in the country that has adopted SVP route in consultation with allotte....
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Chandigarh, September 21: The Punjab Government has notified the creation of Focal Point Industrial Infrastructure Development Association Phase-IV Focal Point Ludhiana as Special Purpose Vehicle for upkeep and maintenance of Focal Point.
Disclosing this here today, Mr. Madan Mohan Mittal, Industries and Commerce Minister said that Punjab was the first state in the country that has adopted SVP route in consultation with allottees to involve them in upkeep and maintenance of focal points. He said that Punjab Government was getting lot of complaints due regarding poor upkeep of Focal points as multiple agencies were responsible for their maintenance. He said that right from PWD, Irrigation Department, Municipal Corporation, Electricity Department and many other departments were given specific tasks for upkeep and maintenance of Focal Points was suffering due to lack of coordination between different agencies.
The Industries Minister said that in the SPV route, all allottees of Focal Point IV of Ludhiana have been made stakeholders and it would be collective responsibility of SPV to maintain their own focal point. He said that according to the notification issued under Common Infrastructure (Regulation and Maintenance) Act 2012, Principal Secretary Industries and Commerce would be the appellate authority of SPV and General Manager District Industry Center in the respective district posting would be the competent authority. The Minister said that after success of SPV model in Ludhiana Focal Point Punjab Government would replicate this model in other focal points of the state also.....
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Delegation of hosiery manufacturers & traders met Tewari

Tewari seeks compensation for traders who suffered losses due to Kashmir floods

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Ludhiana, September 21: Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Manish Tewari today expressed grave concern over the heavy losses suffered by the hosiery industry in Ludhiana over the floods in Kashmir.
A delegation of the hosiery manufacturers and traders today met Tewari and apprised him about the cancellation of orders and losses to the goods already supplied there. They said, since the traders in Kashmir had suffered huge loss....
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Ludhiana, September 21: Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Manish Tewari today expressed grave concern over the heavy losses suffered by the hosiery industry in Ludhiana over the floods in Kashmir.
A delegation of the hosiery manufacturers and traders today met Tewari and apprised him about the cancellation of orders and losses to the goods already supplied there. They said, since the traders in Kashmir had suffered huge losses they were not in a position to make any payments to them.
The manufacturers said, while the traders in Kashmir in all likelihood will be getting compensation from the government, those who had supplied them with the goods have been left high and dry. They appealed to the Congress leader to ensure that their losses were also compensated.
Tewari said, he agreed and understood their genuine problems caused by the unforeseen calamity in Kashmir. He urged the government to keep in view the losses suffered by the hosiery industry due to Kashmir floods and ensure that they were duly compensated.
Earlier talking to the reporters, the former minister expressed concern over the communal pitch being raised by certain elements and the failure of the government and the ruling party to tame them. He said, it was wrong and hoped that the National Minority Commission which is vested with statutory powers should take cognisance of the matter.
To another question over the Chinese incursions along the border while the Chinese president was being accorded hospitality, Tewari said, the NDA government had no policy towards Pakistan or China.
District Congress Committee president Pawan Dewan was among those present.
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BIG FM, Reliance Group, Shivalik Enclave Market Association NAC Manimajra & various trusted organizations joined hands for helping J&K flood victims

Mission Umeed- Saath Aaayein, Jammu Kashmir Phir Sey Basayein !!

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Chandigarh, September 21: 92.7 BIG FM, Reliance Group and Shivalik Enclave Market Association NAC Manimajra and various trusted organizations have joined hands to send relief material to Srinagar for the flood victims who have been fighting even for their day to day needs. In their first consignment they have sent 1192kg of relief material via Jet Airways who is also supporting the cause. On this occasion RJ Pankaj, RJ Aakriti , Members of SEMA ....
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Chandigarh, September 21: 92.7 BIG FM, Reliance Group and Shivalik Enclave Market Association NAC Manimajra and various trusted organizations have joined hands to send relief material to Srinagar for the flood victims who have been fighting even for their day to day needs. In their first consignment they have sent 1192kg of relief material via Jet Airways who is also supporting the cause. On this occasion RJ Pankaj, RJ Aakriti , Members of SEMA NAC Manimajra, RCom employees, civic bodies and other self help group representatives were present to flag off the consignment of relief and love towards the residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

Various trusted organizations Jet Airways, Market associations, packers and movers, NGO’s and self help groups like Mission Brave heart, Ibteda and jkfloodrelief.org,have joined hands with BIG FM to ensure the collection, storage and distribution in Srinagar to help the victims of Devastating Floods apart from the listeners.

For the flawless execution of the distribution of the relief material going through BIG FM the following has been done:
• They are inviting the listeners to donate / contribute relief material (non perishable)
The local SEMA NAC Manimajra is taking care of the collection, storage and packaging of the relief material and its local transportation
• Material sent has proper stickers for easy identification (storage and transportation)
The collected relief material is being delivered at the Airport, specified place convenient to the Airways for subsequent airlifting to Srinagar
• It is supervised by the associates of BIG FM/ Group associates who are collecting the relief material from the Airport and will ensure distribution of the same through local volunteers and NGO’s in affected areas.

The collection point of Mission Umeed is opposite SCO-815 NAC Manimajra. People who want to donate can also whats app on 730-30-20-306 or send message on 92.7 BIG FM Chandigarh Page. Now listeners can donate blankets, bed sheets, rice, flour, dal, tea, milk powder, spices, oil, Hygiene kits ( comprising tooth brush, tooth paste, dettol, soap, shampoo pouches, antiseptic creams), phenyl, diapers, sanitary napkins, baby food, etc. that will be the immediate requirement. So Join This Noble Cause and Be Hopeful that the Jannat will be the same again with our collective efforts.....
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Badal mourns death of his father

Secretary Irrigation Kahan Singh Pannu bereaved: Father Jathedar Neelpuri passes away

Cremation took place at Neelpur on Sunday

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Chandigarh, September 21 : Secretary Irrigation Kahan Singh Pannu was bereaved as he lost his father Jathedar Jaswant Singh Neelpur (84), who passed away at a private hospital near Rajpura, last night after brief illness. He is survived by three sons.
Sharing his heartfelt sympathies with members of the bereaved family, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal described Jathedar Jaswant Singh Neelpur as a disciplined and committed....
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Chandigarh, September 21 : Secretary Irrigation Kahan Singh Pannu was bereaved as he lost his father Jathedar Jaswant Singh Neelpur (84), who passed away at a private hospital near Rajpura, last night after brief illness. He is survived by three sons.
Sharing his heartfelt sympathies with members of the bereaved family, the Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal described Jathedar Jaswant Singh Neelpur as a disciplined and committed soldier of the party adding that he was a votary of the downtrodden and oppressed sections of the society. Recalling the outstanding services rendered by him, the Chief Minister said that in his entire political career Jathedar Neelpur, who served the party in various capacities, worked hard to strengthen the party at the grassroots level and for the wellbeing of the unprivileged sections of the society.
Mr. Badal prayed to Almighty to grant eternal peace to the departed soul and give strength to the bereaved family, friends and relatives to bear this huge loss in this hour of grief.

Cremation took place at village Neelpur on Sunday.
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Punjab warns action against de-reserve of posts for other categories without getting prior approval

Ranike to Deptt. : Implement reservation as constitutional Responsibility

Says erring officers/employees would have to face the flak

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Chandigarh, September 21: The Punjab Government has issued strict directives against de-reserving posts of reserved categories for other categories without getting prior approval from the Welfare Department’s Reservation Cell.
The communiqué despatched to all Heads of Departments, Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Registrar Punjab and Haryana High Court, all Sessions Judges and Sub Divisional Magistrates clarifie....
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Chandigarh, September 21: The Punjab Government has issued strict directives against de-reserving posts of reserved categories for other categories without getting prior approval from the Welfare Department’s Reservation Cell.
The communiqué despatched to all Heads of Departments, Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Registrar Punjab and Haryana High Court, all Sessions Judges and Sub Divisional Magistrates clarified that the filling of vacant posts of reserved categories from other categories without approval would lead to a strict disciplinary action. The letter confirmed that if the posts reserved for SCs/BCs were lying vacant due to non-availability of qualified SC/BC category candidates then the posts could not be de-reserved without getting prior approval from Reservation Cell of Welfare Department.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson said that if there was non-availability of eligible candidates from reserved categories then the department concerned would send a detailed dossiers of proposed conversion of posts explaining that why these posts could not be filled from reserved categories? He said that department would also have to explain the efforts done for filling these posts from reserved categories.
The spokesperson said that it has been observed that some departments were violating the reservation laws and taking decisions in this regard at their own level without getting permission from Reservation Cell. He said the state government has taken a serious note in this regard as it affects the interests of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes.
The Spokesman said that there were provisions to initiate strict actions against erring Officers/Employees, who were not implementing Reservation Policy in true spirit. He also clarified that no ex-post facto sanction or approval would be given to any department after filling of post without obtaining mandatory approval from concerned authority and strict action would be initiated in such cases. He also clarified that Non-Availability Certificate from Director Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes department was mandatory, in case of non-availability of eligible reserved candidates after all efforts. He said in promotion cases the prior approval by the concerned Administration Section of department from Reservation Cell was also mandatory.
Welfare Minister Mr. Gulzar Singh Ranike adding that impartial and proper implementation of Reservation Policy was constitutional responsibility of all departments and erring officers/employees would have to face the flak.....
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Seeks his intervention for resolving this pending issue expeditiously

Badal urges Railways Minister to name any train after Namdhari Azadi Sangram Express

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Chandigarh, September 21: Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today urged the Union Railways Minister Mr. DV Sadananda Gowda seeking his personal intervention to name any train after “Namdhari Azadi Sangram Express” in view of historic importance of Kuka Movement in the nation’s freedom struggle.
In a letter to Mr. Gowda, the Chief Minister sought prompt action in this regard without any further delay as the ma....
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Chandigarh, September 21: Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today urged the Union Railways Minister Mr. DV Sadananda Gowda seeking his personal intervention to name any train after “Namdhari Azadi Sangram Express” in view of historic importance of Kuka Movement in the nation’s freedom struggle.
In a letter to Mr. Gowda, the Chief Minister sought prompt action in this regard without any further delay as the matter was pending since long. He reiterated to resolve this issue of naming any train as ‘Namdhari Azadi Sangram Express’ in order to pay befitting tribute to the great martyrs of Kuka Movement. Moreover, the Government of India has already recognized Kuka Movement a part of freedom movement of India and commemorated year long celebrations on 150 years of Kuka Movement in 2007.
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